Soccer News of Thursday, 29 January 2015
Bechem United midfielder Yaw Mensah says the club will deepen the plight of Hearts of Oak on Saturday at the Nana Fosu Gyeabour II Park in Bechem.
He told footy-ghana.com that with the way things had gone so far, he and his colleagues cannot afford to drop a point at home, adding that he is optimistic they will triumph over Hearts of Oak.
“It is a must win game for Bechem United. At the moment if you are a team and you fail to win at home, it will create so many problems for you. I believe that we have to put behind us our previous loses and give our maximum best against Hearts Of Oak at our home ground in order to beat them.’’
The experienced midfielder also told footy-ghana.com that lack of communication on the field as well as not playing together for a long time are factors that have affected their play, adding that the late arrival of coach Miroslav Bogdanovic could also not be overlooked.
“What I have realized as a player is that, communication among us on the field is very poor. Again, we have not played together for very long after new players joined us. I believe that as time goes on we will know ourselves well.
The late arrival of the coach too has affected us to some extent because he came to meet some new players.”